We've had another busy week!
As well all that Snowman writing, we have been getting ready to entertain everyone next week with our Nativity concert.
We are being singers, actors and narrators and we have a few surprises in store for you all too.
A big round of applause to our Stars this week.
You should be proud of your achievements.
Today we will start our new whole school topic, 'The Snowman'
Please see below for topic planning and important dates for your diary.
We are going to be busy, busy, busy! So keep checking back to see what we have been up to.
This morning we came into our classroom by torchlight!
Inside we found The Snowman, James and the Snowdog flying across the ceiling surrounded by shiny falling snowflakes. We thought it looked beautiful especially with the 'Northern Lights' and Walking in the Air music.
What a magical start…
At 11 o'clock today the whole school had a special Remembrance day assembly. All the children wore or held their poppies that they had made and had 2 minutes silence to think about the soldiers that are no longer with us.
We have had such a busy week in maths this week. We have measured nearly everything in our classrooms!
Here the children are investigating measuring themselves and objects in their classroom using 'hand spans'.
We have nearly finished our first Maths book in year 1! So this afternoon we decided to look through all the work we have done to find the piece that we are most proud of. We took a picture to add to our Seesaw Learning Journal along with a caption saying why we chose that particular piece of…
Today our poppies were taken to the Remembrance garden at The Knoll in Cleethorpes. We are very proud to have been invited to take part in this event.
Please go along to have a look they are very impressive!
This afternoon we learnt all about why we wear poppies. Then, we made poppies. Some for us to wear on Friday and some to send to a special remembrance garden in Cleethorpes.
'Star of the Week'
Look at those smiley faces!
Three more very proud children.
We have had great fun following the clues and solving the problems in order to discover who stole Woody. Here are some of our stories that we have written explaining what really happened.
We'd like to say a great big 'Thank You' to the year 6 children that came down to help us this afternoon.
They taught us how to use the 'Sumdog' app. We've all gone home with our login details so we can continue to practise our maths skills over the…